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The SR 305 corridor
State Route (SR) 305 is a 13.5 mile highway that connects Bainbridge Island Ferry Terminal to State Route 3 in Poulsbo. This state highway serves as a vital corridor for residents, businesses and visitors alike.
The corridor experiences congestion that affects traveler safety and the ability to travel easily throughout communities served by the highway.
In July 2017, the Washington State Legislature passed the Connecting Washington Transportation revenue package, which included $36.8 million to improve safety and mobility on SR 305 between the Bainbridge Island Ferry Terminal and Hostmark Street Northeast in Poulsbo.
WSDOT is developing final plans to build roundabouts and access improvements at locations in the corridor. Please see the map below for the improvement locations.
Thank you for your feedback and your interest as WSDOT works to improve the highway for everyone who travels this corridor. If there is a specific intersection that you want to learn about, you can select the intersection name under the Intersection Improvements tab.
Following this online and in-person open houses:
- WSDOT will evaluate public feedback, complete design, environmental work and acquire the right-of-way. We will begin construction in 2020.
- WSDOT will continue to involve stakeholder groups including the cities of Poulsbo and Bainbridge Island, Kitsap County, the Suquamish Tribe and Kitsap Transit.